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Shrinking Database Files

never shrinks when large number of objects are deleted and the only way to reclaim that space ... context to propose an answer.) ObjectDB reuses space of deleted objects but the database
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significant performance decrease

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Time Sequence Object Command DB

) are create object, change object (fields), delete object, and object-method execution commands.   Method ... and transactions you can also cache the last state in the database. On restore - this cache will be deleted
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Undeployment of an remote Glassfish application locks objectdb log file

that the WebApplication is still there. If you try to manually delete the folder, you will get an "Folder in use ... , I can delete the folder. The locked file problem does not exist if I deploy the WebApplication
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Use temporary files to enable very large transactions

: What is the total size of data in the transaction? What combination of DELETE / INSERT / UPDATE operations ... .     What combination of DELETE / INSERT / UPDATE operations are in that huge transaction? Possible
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Working with a cleared cache

. Is there something else I can do to the toDelete collection to get it to delete properly if I have cleared ... .currentTransaction().begin(); // Query the database for all of the tracks to delete
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again merger missing logs + objectdb exception

when we delete objects - there is a mechanism in our application that deals with these broken references as the costs of maintaining these specific references on deleting are very high
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[ODB1] Chapter 6 - Persistent Objects

is automatically stored in the database when the transaction is committed (unless it is being deleted ... the object exists in the database. If an object is deleted from the database, its unique ID ... operation of bind(...), because the object is not deleted from the database, just its name
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"Automatic" Auditing

Any ideas around how I could do "automatic" auditing of changes to objects? (An equivalent to Hibernate's Envers) Thanks. Michael. You may try the following: Define the entity class with a composite primary key [id, revision]. Never delete entity objects - alway update an object by persisting
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ObjectDB version 2.0.0

performance of database insert/update/delete operations. Changed default configuration (for improved